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How do you put the back seat down in a suburban?

How do you put the back seat down in a suburban?

To return these seats to an upright position, make sure the safety belt is in the belt stowage clip, raise the seat up, and make sure it is locked in place by pushing and pulling on it gently. The tab on top of the seat will retract when it’s locked in place. Then, return the head restraint to an upright position.

How do you adjust the headrest on a suburban?

Place both hands on the headrest and pull upward. Depending on the year and model of the Chevy Suburban, there may be a button on the base of the headrest where in enters into the body of the rear seat. If your Suburban has this button, slide the button backward and then pull upward on the headrest.

Do suburban captain seats recline?

The Suburban seats up to nine people (with the optional front split-bench seat), but it can seat as few as seven if you opt for bucket seats in the first and second rows. The second row doesn’t slide forward and backward, but the seats recline, helping passengers get comfortable. …

Is the 2nd row seat stuck and won’t go down?

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What to do if your rear seat is stuck?

Be sure to pull the seat lever while you’re pulling up with your diy tool, if at first you have trouble, keep going! You’ve got this! It’s important you have to have it in the right spot when you’re pulling up and if you try a bunch of times and it doesn’t work, try making a new tool.

What happens when you lower the rear seat?

Yesterday I lowered my rear seats to get something that was really close to the back of the trunk (and found another item I had been looking for that had fallen between trunk and seats). Well the middle seat has a retractable belt that apparently locks when the seat is lowered.

Why are the rear seats on my 2013 MKZ stuck down?

I still had the problem on my 2013 MKZ. I believe the problem is an unfortunate omission in the engineering department. When the rear seat back is lowered, the same mechanism that locks the belt on hard deceleration falls and locks the seatbelt in its retracted position, and the belt tension prevents the seatback from being raised.

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Ruth Doyle